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Played a round today and really focused on the turn the key aspect of my swing.
How would you explain the Turn the Key aspect?
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Old 11-24-2020, 11:44 AM
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How would you explain the Turn the Key aspect?
If you are throwing well, you’re probably doing this already. I don’t know the origin of the key turn, but I have to consciously keep my disc below my elbow and release with a key turn (pouring coffee) Hand angle in mind. (Not on power down upshots, but those with power)

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Old 11-24-2020, 02:23 PM
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If you are throwing well, you’re probably doing this already. I don’t know the origin of the key turn, but I have to consciously keep my disc below my elbow and release with a key turn (pouring coffee) Hand angle in mind. (Not on power down upshots, but those with power)
Makes sense. I thought it was describing some sort of clockwise rotation like you are turning a key in a lock or something and it didn't make sense.
So it is another way of thinking of the ulnar deviation/hand shake/coffee pour position of the wrist, not a rotational thing?
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Old 11-24-2020, 03:14 PM
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Makes sense. I thought it was describing some sort of clockwise rotation like you are turning a key in a lock or something and it didn't make sense.
So it is another way of thinking of the ulnar deviation/hand shake/coffee pour position of the wrist, not a rotational thing?
Perhaps two sides of the same coin - but I think there is a slight twist of my forearm at the hit, otherwise the disc doesn’t come around all the way. I haven’t seen any technique videos that cover this, so I might be off-base.
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Alright 2nd time poster so I'll give this a whirl... discbee and seedling, its a counter clockwise turn at the hit if you're right handed. WATCH and REWATCH rhatton1's video about this it is THE video on this 'aspect' of the throw. You wil noob hyzer a few(at least) to start it off with. Once you get the TIMING down for the "key turn, coin push" you WILL feel it
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Old 11-24-2020, 11:03 PM
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Unsober thought: Think of lower hand on baseball bat during/thru swing
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Alright 2nd time poster so I'll give this a whirl... discbee and seedling, its a counter clockwise turn at the hit if you're right handed. WATCH and REWATCH rhatton1's video about this it is THE video on this 'aspect' of the throw. You wil noob hyzer a few(at least) to start it off with. Once you get the TIMING down for the "key turn, coin push" you WILL feel it
Welcome to the site. It would help us get your message, if you stop with the random capitalization of words.

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Found this when browsing through SP’s form thread. Philo explained his thumb and wrist action to Sidewinder.
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Alright 2nd time poster so I'll give this a whirl... discbee and seedling, its a counter clockwise turn at the hit if you're right handed. WATCH and REWATCH rhatton1's video about this it is THE video on this 'aspect' of the throw. You wil noob hyzer a few(at least) to start it off with. Once you get the TIMING down for the "key turn, coin push" you WILL feel it
I’ll watch! Link please?
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I’ll watch! Link please?
Think it was this one earlier in the thread:

https://youtu.be/G7kXP36hfv8
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